We believe that people are our most valuable resource. Everyone is entitles to an education of the highest possible standard which:
- Promotes life-long learning
- Enhances the quality of life
- Encourages good citizenship
In our school we aim to promote our values in all we do.
- Each other
- High standards in all we do in school
- Successful partnership with parents
- Links with our local community
- Our resources and the environment.
In our school we aim to educate the whole child, enabling each one to develop: physically, intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, morally, culturally and socially, to their full potential.
We aim to enable each child to develop:
- A sense of self-motivation and the ability to work both independently and co-operatively.
- Confidence to make informed choices, which lay the foundations for their future life.
- The ability to recognise and value a sense of right and wrong.
We guide each child towards independence in these areas by providing rich learning opportunities, high expectations and challenge.
We are a ‘Voluntary Controlled’ (VC) school, which means that the Church of England maintains an active interest in the school, whilst giving overall control to the Local Authority. As a Church of England school, in partnership with parents and guardians, we aim to provide:
- A community based on Christian values which respects the views of others
- A happy, warm and welcoming environment where learning is fun and everyone can feel safe and secure
- A caring and sharing culture where everyone is valued and there are equal opportunities for all
- A stimulating, spiritual, positive and productive learning environment through children, staff and parents working together.
At the school we aim to promote feelings of self-esteem and self-respect, in order to develop positive, confident and responsible attitudes towards:
- Each other
- Good behaviour
- Our school environment.